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Definition of Jingoistically
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Jingoistically
jingoistically (current term)
Literary usage of Jingoistically
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1. The Architecture and Planning of Classical Moscow: A Cultural History by Albert J. Schmidt (1989)
"... the history of Russian art and was therefore quite separate from the Western classical tradition. Almost jingoistically he proclaimed that in "European ..."
2. The Architecture and Planning of Classical Moscow: A Cultural History by Albert J. Schmidt (1989)
"Almost jingoistically he proclaimed that in "European classicism we observe few national aspects; Russian Classicism grew into the national architectural ..."
3. James Cope: The Confessions of a United States District Attorney by Cuthbert Barmby (1899)
"... Lodo who hated and despised everything British more than Tommy did, or whose sentiments were more fervently jingoistically American than Tommy's were. ..."